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experiencing the ocean and marine life first-hand
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Aquaculture and Fisheries

Fine-tuning feeding regimes is crucial because stocks fed too little lose valuable weight, while over-feeding wastes resources and pollutes the local environment. The skill of gauging when and how much to feed takes years to develop. To gain knowledge and experience, farmers remain onsite every day (weekends and holidays included) for months – spending more time at work than with their families. And not every farmhand is a fish-feeding expert. But what if human skills and knowledge could be passed on to monitoring software? Our AI and GIS models allows us will deliver a robust decision-making tool for precision aquaculture.

Beaches & Coastlines

Each year, billions of pounds of trash and other pollutants enter the ocean. Some of the debris ends up on our beaches, washed in with the waves and tides. Waste then sink, eaten by animals that mistake it for food or accumulate in ocean gyres. Despite the economic benefits of tourism, beach managers have grown increasingly resistant to continued resort development due to lack of clear predictive insights and planning strategies. We brings informative insights to better manage coastal and land-based pollution for healthier beaches and coastlines.

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Reefs around the World

Coral reefs are among the original ecosystems on Earth and are not only hotspots for biodiversity, but also provide numerous services and economic benefits for local transactions. Temporary underwater reefs worldwide in crisis. In recent decades, simple stressors associated with climate change have been recognized as a major reformer for coral reef ecosystems. The combination of reef communities around the world has resulted in reef community decline. However, there are still regions of abundant beauty and biodiversity, click to learn more and explore these places!

EXPLORE CORAL REEFS

Research & Conservation Trips

Around the world there are different research or recreational-volunteer programs focuses on citizen science research, community awareness, conservation projects and educational outreach to participate in. Reef Support has spent an extensive amount of time scouting across the globe, and have brought together the key impact opportunities for you to engage with! We have either been there/done that or have supported these projects from afar in one way or another to ensure that the activities carried out is for the greater good of the oceans, and that your experience and safety are left in good hands.

TAKE PART IN activities

Coral Lab

Coral reefs are exceptionally valuable; they provide food, livelihoods and economic opportunity to more than half a billion people in over 100 countries; they are also teeming with life, hosting a quarter of all known marine species. Nearly 200 million people depend on coral reefs to protect them from storm surges and waves. Increased acidification, pollution, fishing and other forms of coastal activities all impact our fuure of our coral reefs.

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Donate

donate to one of our REEF-impact activties
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Aquaculture and Fisheries

Fine-tuning feeding regimes is crucial because stocks fed too little lose valuable weight, while over-feeding wastes resources and pollutes the local environment. The skill of gauging when and how much to feed takes years to develop. To gain knowledge and experience, farmers remain onsite every day (weekends and holidays included) for months – spending more time at work than with their families. And not every farmhand is a fish-feeding expert. But what if human skills and knowledge could be passed on to monitoring software? Our AI and GIS models allows us will deliver a robust decision-making tool for precision aquaculture.

Beaches & Coastlines

Each year, billions of pounds of trash and other pollutants enter the ocean. Some of the debris ends up on our beaches, washed in with the waves and tides. Waste then sink, eaten by animals that mistake it for food or accumulate in ocean gyres. Despite the economic benefits of tourism, beach managers have grown increasingly resistant to continued resort development due to lack of clear predictive insights and planning strategies. We brings informative insights to better manage coastal and land-based pollution for healthier beaches and coastlines.

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Coral Farm & Lab

Working with local community stakeholders, we run coral farms, labs and field trips to teach about the importance of ecosystem conservation and restoration, empowering community leadership. We host regular field trips with schoolchildren while also collaborating with fishers on job training and marine stewardship.

In 2022, Reef Support will operate a 'fiscally-sponsored project' called the Reef Support Organization which helps communities and ecosystems on the frontlines of the climate crisis adapt to our changing world. The Organization is to be hosted by Social Innovation Europe, a registered public charity which provides non-profit status. Your donation is fully tax-deductible. If you'd like to make a charitable donation instead of sponsoring coral restoration through our company please click below.

Make a donation

Coral Lab

Coral reefs are exceptionally valuable; they provide food, livelihoods and economic opportunity to more than half a billion people in over 100 countries; they are also teeming with life, hosting a quarter of all known marine species. Nearly 200 million people depend on coral reefs to protect them from storm surges and waves. Increased acidification, pollution, fishing and other forms of coastal activities all impact our fuure of our coral reefs.

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Adopt-a-Reef

Reef Support works with a range of stakeholders to restore dying reefs. Through our globalised restoration model, we are able to bring reefs back to life by growing climate change resilient corals and planting them into degraded reef sites. By offering reef restoration as a service to communities and organizations that benefit from healthy reefs, we are developing an industry that can support large-scale restoration.

We invite you to join us in protecting the world's coral reefs. By adopting coral fragments to be grown and out-planted into degraded reefs, you can help in the effort to preserve these endangered ecosystems for future generations.

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Partner Up

As a member of our global network, you will be contributing to a growing ocean-monitoring database
Letter A with a few fishes above them.

Aquaculture and Fisheries

Fine-tuning feeding regimes is crucial because stocks fed too little lose valuable weight, while over-feeding wastes resources and pollutes the local environment. The skill of gauging when and how much to feed takes years to develop. To gain knowledge and experience, farmers remain onsite every day (weekends and holidays included) for months – spending more time at work than with their families. And not every farmhand is a fish-feeding expert. But what if human skills and knowledge could be passed on to monitoring software? Our AI and GIS models allows us will deliver a robust decision-making tool for precision aquaculture.

Beaches & Coastlines

Each year, billions of pounds of trash and other pollutants enter the ocean. Some of the debris ends up on our beaches, washed in with the waves and tides. Waste then sink, eaten by animals that mistake it for food or accumulate in ocean gyres. Despite the economic benefits of tourism, beach managers have grown increasingly resistant to continued resort development due to lack of clear predictive insights and planning strategies. We brings informative insights to better manage coastal and land-based pollution for healthier beaches and coastlines.

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Data Collection/Citizen Science

Effective marine park management and protection of coral reefs can only happen if managers have adequate knowledge of reef health and area. However, obtaining such information is labor intensive and difficult with limited funding and time. This is where citizen scientists and the our growing Reef Support Network of global organizations that invite and work directly with citizen scientists and volunteers in research, monitoring and conservation activities. Are you an organization hosting data collection and citizen science activities? And we'd love to work with you to become part of our network where we can direct more internation visitors and volunteers to your site, contact us today!

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Conservation Site Development

Eco-tourism and engaging with the oceans is becoming extremely popular as a get-away from normal day city-life. If you are looking to set your underwater real estate apart from the competition? Give visitors and volunteers an unforgettable opportunity to connect with nature by planting a coral reef restoration site that they can dive or snorkel through. As Reef Support has experience in setting up Coral Labs and farms, we will help guide and customize your site to include reef-positive infrastructure, including documentation, equipment list, even fundraising, marketing and business plans that can help sustain your project in the long run.

START CONSERVATION AT scale

Coral Lab

Coral reefs are exceptionally valuable; they provide food, livelihoods and economic opportunity to more than half a billion people in over 100 countries; they are also teeming with life, hosting a quarter of all known marine species. Nearly 200 million people depend on coral reefs to protect them from storm surges and waves. Increased acidification, pollution, fishing and other forms of coastal activities all impact our fuure of our coral reefs.

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Events & Hackathons

Applying technology like AI for Coral Reefs or Marine Life Tagging has a huge potential to make an impact in Reef monitoring and protection, but like all AI, it is far from perfect and isn't yet a "silver-bullet", especially doing it alone. Thus, at Reef Support, our approach is bottom-up - by engaging the community first - through events like Hackathons and workshops. By educating a generation of people that share our mindset to develop solutions for the oceans, we are able to multiply impact and awareness! Contact us if you think Reef Support could be the perfect partner to host a new event or to learn about upcoming ones.

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